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While reading this post please understand that I'm a newbie and have only been flying for a couple of months. When I decided to get into RC Heli a couple of months ago I read this thread from an Aussie on Helifreak: I figured he knew way more than me so I just followed his advice and started using Heli-X. I have since got Phoenix and in my opinion the 'Hover Training' part of Heli-X is much better. I'm new to RC Heli and all I have really been concentrating on is my orientations.

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The 'Hover Training' option in Heli-X is great for this. Also, price was a factor. Heli- X cost about $80 and Phoenix in a shop was about $175 I think. You then have to purchase a USB cable for about $20 to use Heli-X (but this cable came with a CD with Phoenix on it). Thats actually a good review on HF. If you use Heli-X and it feels right, then the most important thing is how many hours you spend learning the basics. There are lots of tutorial videos around and i encourage you to try the heligods tutorials for a different perspective.

I think simulators are similar to helicopters. When you are learning the fundamental stick movements, its not as critical compared to when you are doing super advanced and quick maneuvers. I compare it to training. Torrent La Maison Du Bonheur Film. Train on your sim - use it to learn your next objective - refine what you know and create a training routine (ie 10 mins going over what you know, 10 mins learning your next trick and 10 mins free style with tricks you know). So Heli-X should be fine for orientations and it may even be a great sim!

I might see if there is a demo so i can try it.

While reading this post please understand that I'm a newbie and have only been flying for a couple of months. When I decided to get into RC Heli a couple of months ago I read this thread from an Aussie on Helifreak: I figured he knew way more than me so I just followed his advice and started using Heli-X.

I have since got Phoenix and in my opinion the 'Hover Training' part of Heli-X is much better. I'm new to RC Heli and all I have really been concentrating on is my orientations. The 'Hover Training' option in Heli-X is great for this. Also, price was a factor. Heli- X cost about $80 and Phoenix in a shop was about $175 I think.

You then have to purchase a USB cable for about $20 to use Heli-X (but this cable came with a CD with Phoenix on it). Thats actually a good review on HF.

If you use Heli-X and it feels right, then the most important thing is how many hours you spend learning the basics. There are lots of tutorial videos around and i encourage you to try the heligods tutorials for a different perspective. I think simulators are similar to helicopters. When you are learning the fundamental stick movements, its not as critical compared to when you are doing super advanced and quick maneuvers. I compare it to training.

Train on your sim - use it to learn your next objective - refine what you know and create a training routine (ie 10 mins going over what you know, 10 mins learning your next trick and 10 mins free style with tricks you know). Escape From Ravenhearst Full Version Torrent. So Heli-X should be fine for orientations and it may even be a great sim! I might see if there is a demo so i can try it.